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This week's guest post is by none other than Jacey Boggs Faulker, editor of PLY Magazine. Check out her tips for using our Rosie Blending Board

Guest Post: Things I learned from Rosie with Jacey Boggs Faulkner

This week’s guest post is by none other than Jacey Boggs Faulker, editor of PLY Magazine. She has spent the last decade falling in love with fiber, writing a book (Spin Art, Interweave,

'The Intervention' in the Northern Territory was introduced by the Howard government as an attempt to sway votes in the South in a coming election by playing the racist card in the North, an election he lost to Labor. http://blog.booktopia.com.au/2015/07/02/the-intervention-an-anthology-introduce When Labor got into power, rather than dump the Howard madness, it accepted the racist dogma of The Intervention and strengthened the involvement of the state in the lives of Aboriginals in the…

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Don't miss the September 2015 edition of Crafts Beautiful! It's packed with amazing seasonal makes, from woodland crafts for the home to back to school paper aeroplane cards. We've also teamed up with The Range to bring you an exclusive Frozen project and giveaway - little ones will love it! Plus, don't miss our feature on the WI, where Deputy Editor Rosie attends a jam making course to celebrate the centenary. Happy crafting!

Crafts Beautiful September 2015: A Digital Sample

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Rosie Dargenzio One Kings Lane Wedding | Find out how to have the most Instagram-worthy wedding ever, courtesy of a One Kings Lane editor. #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/rosie-dargenzio

How To Have The Most Instagram-Worthy Wedding Ever

shibori-dyed napkins with calligraphy, with each guest's first name. I really wanted to do an embroidered napkin instead of escort cards, so after we landed on the indigo-dyed napkins, we used Curlicue Designs for embroidery on the cloth.